In a major departure from traditional tutus and tulle, fourteen dancers in David Parsons' new work for American Ballet Theatre, The Pied Piper, will be wearing rather unusual rodent costumes created by master puppet maker and sculptural engineer Michael Curry. The Pied Piper premieres on May 18 during ABT's New York City season at The Metropolitan Opera House. Lighting is by Howell Binkley, non-rat costumes by Ann Hould-Ward, projections by Misha Films, and animation design by Michaela ...

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